by Elise Holland in Writer’s Digest Online:
For writers of short form literature, submitting your work can mean a variety of positive things.
This step is a powerful signal to yourself that you take your craft seriously enough to put your work out into the world.
And having your work published in a genre or literary magazine can serve to build your resume and grow your writing community.
But so many writers, emerging or established, have lingering questions about the process.
As editor of 2 Elizabeths, here are five of the most frequent questions I’m asked: